In the morning of August 19th, 1974, a stone weighing approximately 3 kg fell on the roof of Masoumi School in Naragh, Iran, destroying a part of it, the floor of the laboratory hall, and taken home by some workers there. Eventually, after the presence of the Naraghi police the municipality investigations, the stone was

Shokri’s Workshop “Seifullah Shokri” was born in 1975 in Qazvin. He began his excessive studies of instrument-making at the age of 17 to make contemporary instruments. With this in mind, in 1999 he started his research for the construction of ancient instruments. To speed up this work, he established the first workshop for making musical

With our tailor-made tours, you can have your special trip to Iran, with your own preferences and itineraries, a sample of which, you can witness in this video. Our dear Indian tourist, Abhay Sapru, had carried the dream of coming to Iran since his childhood, a dream we are proud to fulfill. We managed to

December 12th 2019 Hi All  Time for the annual letter of good wishes for Christmas and the New Year etc.…. The year has flown so fast this year so much so that I am not really ready for Christmas.  However…….. […]     After we left Baku we flew to Iran for an 18 day

The main structure of the Chehel Sotoun Palace was established during the reign of Shah Abbas the First, and Shah Abbas the second completed it and added some details. This building first was a kiosk that formed the primary core of the building which was surrounded by the middle hall and square pavilions. In Shah

As a vast country with diverse local traditions, one of the highlights in traveling to Iran can be the pleasures of the table. In every city and geographical region, there are many foods to try and there are certain dishes that you can find almost everywhere. But all these diversity can be but in certain

What can you expect from traveling to Iran? With the mainstream media profile of this “just another middle-eastern country”, many may think that they have a pretty clear image of Iran, with the burning flags and protests. But does the media show you not the whole picture, but even a moderately realistic picture of Iran?

“Siosepol” was constructed in the 17th century by the order of the iconic Safavid king, Shah-Abbas to be a connection between the northern and the southern parts of Isfahan. “Siosepol” means “33 arches bridge” and refers to its 33 arches structure. With its amazingly symmetrical structure, Siosepol is an architectural masterpiece. it is 300 meters

Historic houses of Kshan are a must-see. Borujerdi House of Kashan is now the Tourism Management Office of Kashan. This historic house was appointed by UNESCO Convention as the most beautiful historical house of an Asian Country in 2015. It was built late in the Qajar period in 1875 AD. The most significant elements of

Isfahan owes its fame to Naghsh-e Jahan Square. From the first European visitors during the Safavid era, many tourists wrote about this square and encouraged others to see it. These compliments aren’t unreasonable. There are four historical attractions in this square, all of which represent a time that Iran started developing. Naghsh-e Jahan Square of